Tag: USWNT

» August 4, 2017

A year ago today, Backline Soccer stepped on to the women’s soccer reporting landscape. I’ll be honest with you, I didn’t think Backline Soccer would ever make it to one […]

» August 4, 2017

July 10, 1999. A date all long-time fans of women’s soccer have memorized. I was 10 years old, on a family vacation. I sat in my grandparent’s kitchen in their […]

» August 3, 2017

The USWNT’s final Tournament of Nations match will pit them against a familiar rival on August 3rd: Japan, the #7-ranked team in the world. The match will take place at […]

» July 29, 2017

You know that saying “it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish?” Well that certainly was the case for the United States against Australia on Thursday night in Seattle […]

» July 29, 2017

Backline Soccer Recap: The Unknown International: Nahomi Kawasumi – In her weekly series, Allison Carey shines the spotlight this week on Nahomi Kawasumi.  Midway Report: Chicago Red Stars Half Season […]

» July 28, 2017

The following were my running thoughts and observations as I attended the Tournament of Nations double-header in Seattle as a spectator. GAME 1: JAPAN VERSUS BRAZIL Japan’s kits are sweet. […]

» July 26, 2017

Just when you think nothing else can surprise the NWSL faithful, Week 14 happens right before the break for Tournament of Nations, and folks it was nuts. I mean from […]

» July 25, 2017

In the women’s game, when the ball hits the back of the net there are two typical celebrations. Either the player who just scored will run to the arms of […]

» July 20, 2017

Jill Ellis has named 23 players to the roster for the inaugural Tournament of Nations featuring Australia, Brazil, and Japan. Now it's a party. The #USWNT roster for #ToN2017 is here! […]

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